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The Spiritual Meaning of Natural Food and Drink

Posted in All Posts by Mr. Augie on November 8, 2009

DinnertimeSpiritual Meaning of Natural Food and Drink

by David M. Augenstein (Augie)

Food and drink is something everyone loves; but there is much more to it than the titillating of all of our senses and the filling of our stomachs.

Food and drink connect us all; it is music to the soul—a universal language. There is a spiritual significance to the planting of seed, growing, harvesting, proper preparation and eating of food—even the soil, seed and plant. There is greater meaning in feasting on naturally grown food grown by farmer friends or from your own garden/homestead; even more so when enjoyed with family and good friends. There is a spiritual connection to these rituals; a connection to the Creator and His people. We will be examining this spiritual meaning of natural food with a biblical perspective.

Before we get into more depth, you must first enjoy this 4-minute presentation on the godly artwork that shows divine design of natural foods and their health-giving properties.

The importance of natural drinks, water for example, must also be considered to understand the full scope of the subject.

Most foods are comprised of 80 to 85% water. Water also comprises about 80 to 85% of the human body. Therefore, water is as important in this study in understanding the meaning of food—which extends to drink as well. Water molecules exhibit at least 20 physical and chemical properties that no other molecule has. The divine design of water is best illustrated by individual snowflake patterns where no two are alike, as shown in these phenomenal images:

I hope you enjoyed this introduction to the The Spiritual Meaning of Food and Drink and will share it with all your friends.

In Part II, it will be shown that there is a direct correlation between physical food and drink, and the eating and drinking of it, to their spiritual counterparts– and it being a daily symbol and representation of spiritual truths that we can embrace and benefit from knowing about. To be notified when Part II is posted, you will need to assure you have access to it by subscribing.

Matthew 4:4 But he (Jesus) answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.

Jeremiah 15:16 Thy words were found, and I did eat them; and thy word was unto me the joy and rejoicing of mine heart . . .

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